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American White Oak has become a popular choice for Australians looking for that unique
Australian Chestnut Flooring is characterized by subtle colour variations from a Light
Medium sizes softwood imported from northern Europe. The sapwood is white to pale
Blackbutt is one of the most common species of hardwood commercially available from
New England Blackbutt is sourced from the coastal ranges and tablelands of northern
Sydney Blue Gum is a tall tree, found along the New South Wales coastline extending
Brush Box is a large hardwood which grows from the central coast of New South Wales
It is extremely hardy, surviving poor soil conditions and low rainfall. The heartwood is
A medium sized hardwood of the central and northern areas of NSW. Heartwood pale
A large hardwood found around the Hawkesbury River area in NSW and up into the
The most common commercial species is Eucalyptus Paniculata. The heartwood of Grey
Jarrah is a large sized hardwood found only in the south west of Western Australia.
Kauri Pine was originally sourced from New Zealand and Fiji when introduced into the
A large Hardwood found from the districts of Warragul in Victoria and as far north as
The most common Red ironbark’s are Mugger Ironbark (Eucalyptus sideroxylon),
Flooded Gum (also known by the trade name of Rose Gum) is a large hardwood that
A large hardwood found in the northern NSW tablelands, Silvertop Stringybark has a pale
Snowy River Gum (East Gippsland Shining Gum) grows in the high altitude country on
A large hardwood found on the north eastern corner of Victoria and into the south Coast
NSW Spotted Gum is lighter than QLD Spotted Gum The heartwood colour range is quite
QLD Spotted Gum is darker than NSW Spotted Gum the heartwood colour range is quite
A large hardwood found on the northern NSW coastal ranges moving up to Maryborough
Tasmanian Oak can be used in all forms of construction as scantlings, panelling and
A large hardwood grown in the rich soils of the high rainfall areas between Sydney and
Karri is known as the giant tree of Western Australia, with examples in excess of 50
No two pieces of Australian Wormy Chestnut are ever the same. Deep in the forests
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